Our mustache team has reached the last mile on the road to a better place, and riding shotgun with us this week is fellow grower Joe all the way from KC. We encounter a homeless dog along way, and find a car leasing service that may have the right idea. We have also noticed how beer companies are using nostalgia to sell us beers, and one must wonder when we are going to start seeing pull tab cans again.
We have a lot to be thankful for, and because of this we have an opportunity to help others that may not be so fortunate. Raising money for charity is not necessarily a new idea, but we think we may have found a new way to do so this week, and settle an argument at the same time.
This week we are joined by our friend Mike Jackson to talk M4K Richmond, and he regales us with a story that really brings the power of many charitable mustaches into focus. A gauntlet that was thrown down a while back is revisited, and we may have our answer very soon. That gauntlet will not be filled with Hardywood's Gingerbread Stout, but we did make time to try this seasons release. We also solve the mystery of Rick Flare's two missing robes.
November is finally here, and that means it is the time of the year that mustaches wake from their yearly slumber to roam the wild and collect money for good causes around the country. One of these post hibernation biscuit ticklers has found a home with one of our own so we are going to embrace the challenge it has presented us with. We heard reports of many more being found in Asheville, and at a furry party in Jellystone. Tis the season.
Another Myrtle Beach golf trip is in the books, and Myrtle beach continues to live up to its reputation for better or worse. Some people will see the good in it while others will just see the bad. It is like a trampoline park that brings smiles to many, but leaves others crumbled in pain.